South Africa

West Indies sneak past Zimbabwe into quarter-finals, South Africa, Bangladesh record huge wins

In a controversial end to one of the most thrilling contest of the ICC Under-19 World Cup, Keemo Paul mankaded the final Zimbabwe wicket to secure a two-run victory for West Indies in the Group C encounter that allowed them to reach the quarter-finals.
2 February 2016

Teams look to resume battle in new format - First ODI preview

After winning the Test series 2-1, England will lock horns with South Africa in the first One-Day International in Bloemfontein on Wednesday.
2 February 2016

Jason Roy doubtful for first ODI against South Africa

England opening batsman Jason Roy is a doubtful starter for the opening game of the upcoming One-Day International series against South Africa after suffering from back spasms.
2 February 2016

Bangladesh prevail over Scotland, Namibia stun South Africa

Riding on a hundred from Nazmul Hossain Shanto, Bangladesh handed a 114-run defeat to Scotland and qualified for the next round while Namibia confirmed a quarterfinal berth by knocking South Africa out of the tournament with a thrilling two-wicket victory in the group A encounters of the ICC U-19 World Cup in Bangladesh.
31 January 2016

Taylor century sets comfortable victory for England in tour match

James Taylor notched a run-a-ball 116 after which the England XI bowlers dismissed South Africa A for 205 runs to secure a massive 163-run victory in the tour game in Kimberley.
30 January 2016

AB de Villiers announced South Africa Test captain

Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Friday announced AB de Villiers as South Africa's full time Test captain while also releasing a list of 17 members who were awarded a full contract.
29 January 2016

Bangladesh, England begin U-19 World Cup campaign with victories

Bangladesh spun a web around the South African batsmen to register a comfortable 43-run victory while England demolished Fiji by massive 299 runs in the opening games of the ICC U-19 World Cup in Chittagong.
27 January 2016

India claim number one Test ranking after South Africa's decline

The Indian team has ascended to the top position in the International Cricket Council Test team rankings after South Africa slipped to the third spot following their 2-1 defeat against England in the Basil D'Oliveira Trophy.
27 January 2016

ICC U-19 World Cup gets underway in Bangladesh

The 2016 International Cricket Council Under-19 World Cup has begun in Bangladesh with teams from 16 nations battling for the title in the 19-day mega event.
27 January 2016

Our batting and fielding needs improvement - Alastair Cook

England captain Alastair Cook has blamed his team's poor batting and fielding efforts for the 280-run defeat against South Africa in the fourth Test in Centurion.
26 January 2016

Injured Dale Steyn out of England ODI series

South Africa's upcoming One-Day International campaign against England received an early setback as their pace spearhead Dale Steyn has been ruled out of the series.
26 January 2016

Ben Stokes pleased with his performance against South Africa

England all-rounder Ben Stokes is a pleased man after being named as the man of the series for his all-round efforts in the recently concluded Test series against South Africa.
26 January 2016

Rabada special ends South Africa's winless drought

A 13-wicket haul from Kagiso Rabada ended South Africa’s winless run in Test cricket as they handed a 280-run defeat to England by taking seven wickets in the first session of the fifth day to wrap up the fourth Test match in Centurion.
26 January 2016

South Africa strike early after setting a 382-run target

South Africa dismissed the England top order cheaply and left them struggling at 52 for three after setting a target of 382 runs with the help of a patient 96-run knock from Hashim Amla and an unbeaten fifty from Temba Bavuma on day four of the fourth Test match in Centurion.
25 January 2016

AB de Villiers an 8/1 shot to retire from Tests

Betway make South African captain AB de Villiers an 8/1 shot to announce his retirement from Tests following the end of the fourth and final match against England at Centurion.
25 January 2016

Gulam Bodi banned for 20 years by CSA

Cricket South Africa has handed a 20-year ban to former international cricketer Gulam Bodi for his attempts to fix matches in the 2015 Ram Slam Twenty20 tournament.
25 January 2016

Alviro Petersen denied NOC for MCL

South African domestic side Highveld Lions have refused to issue a No Objection Certificate to former Proteas batsman Alviro Petersen to participate in the Masters Champions League.
25 January 2016

Moeen Ali wants England to fight for a win

England all-rounder Moeen Ali has urged his team to push for victory in the ongoing fourth Test against South Africa in Centurion after they conceded a 133-run first innings lead on day three.
25 January 2016

Rabada's seven-wicket haul puts South Africa in dominant position

Kagiso Rabada produced his career best figures of 112 for seven to dismiss England for 342 in their first innings after which South Africa extended their lead to 175 runs with nine wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the fourth Test in Centurion.
24 January 2016

Alastair Cook leads England fightback after South African domination

Alastair Cook scored an unbeaten gritty half-century to take England to 138 for two at stumps on day two after Quinton de Kock's maiden century propelled South Africa's first innings total to 475 in the fourth Test in Centurion.
23 January 2016